Flexographic printing is a method of direct contact printing. A flexographic (flexo) printer consists of multiple wheels that work in unison to pick up ink from an ink reservoir, deliver the ink to a printing die or plate, and roll the ink onto the material being marked.
Flexo printers are an excellent choice for printing applications as mentioned below.
Industrial Printing Applications
NBG flexographic printers are used for printing text and high resolution graphics on flat materials such as metals, rubber, building products, textiles, and packaging products. Click to read more about our customers’ applications.
Print Wheel Options
Using Different Printer Widths
Printers are available in all sizes, from wide widths that can print material several feet wide to narrow widths that can be used alone or in groups. If several printers are used together, each one can be placed on or off line for runs of different size materials.
Flexo printers use either one or two rolls to pick up and apply ink to the print wheel which holds the printing plates or dies. The wheels are tied together with a chain and sprockets so that they turn in unison. The friction of the print wheel making contact with the moving material is what drives the rotation of all the printer’s wheels.
While there is little difference in print quality or ink usage with the two types of inking systems, there are some advantages to a single roll system:
Mounting & Accessories
NBG Printographic is the leading manufacturer and exporter of flexographic printing machine. If you are considering buying the machine, you can choose NBG Printographic without a second thought as it’s the best and affordable option machine in the market. To know more call www.nbgprintographic.com